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Diversity Education Resources Available Online

A bibliography of diversity education resources is available online via the Society for Teaching Psychology, Division 2 of the American Psychological Association (APA).

These resources are compiled by the APA Task Force on Diversity Education Resources, established by 2006 APA President Gerry Koocher. The Task Force’s mission is to provide support for instructors who want to address diversity issues in their classrooms, including teachers of psychology at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, and post graduate level.

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This site offers a compiled list of teaching resources including books, book chapters, journal articles, films, Web sites, and other media. Topics include cross-cutting issues, such as assessment, institutional support for diversity education, instructional resources, power and privilege, and ways to encourage students from diverse backgrounds to pursue psychology as a profession. Bibliographies also were developed for specific categories such as race/ethnicity, culture, international, language, religion, gender/sex, sexual orientation, rural–urban–suburban location, and age.